Microsoft Certification Online

Microsoft Certification – covers wide range of information technology (IT) aspects including system engineering (hardware), System Administration, Database Administration (DBA), technical support, Database Administration, Microsoft Office Certification, Programming Certification etc. Following is the list of Microsoft Certifications being offered in online schools.
  • Customer Relationship Management - CRM
  • Microsoft Certified Database Administrator - MCDBA
  • Microsoft Certified IT Professional - MCITP
  • Microsoft Certified Professional Developer - MCPD
  • Microsoft Certified Applications Developer - MCAD
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator 2003 - MCSA 2003
  • Microsoft Certified Solution Developer .NET - MCSD.NET
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2000 Security - MCSE 2000 Security
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2003 - MCSE 2003
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2003 Security - MCSE 2003 Security
  • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist - MCTS
  • Microsoft Partner Competency
  • Windows 7
  • MS SQL Server 7 (MS Certified)
  • Microsoft Certified Application Developer .NET - MCAD.NET
  • Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician - MCDST
  • Microsoft Certified Professional - MCP
  • Microsoft Certified System Administrator - MCSA
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator 2008 - MCSA 2008
  • Microsoft Certified System Engineer - MCSE
  • MCSE 2000 to MCSE 2003 Upgrade
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2003 Messaging - MCSE 2003 Messaging
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2008 - MCSE 2008Microsoft Business Solutions
  • Microsoft Solutions Framework - MSF

 
Salary of Microsoft Certified

Microsoft Certified can earn a minimum of US $55,850 to a maximum of US $81,309per year with the median annual salary of US $67,880. Find out the exact salary of specific Microsoft certification using Salary Calculator.

 

 

 

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